The Poems of Emily Dickinson: Series One

by Emily Dickinson

The Poems of Emily Dickinson: Series One

Poems by Emily Dickinson, Three Series, Complete is a compilation of the poetry of Emily Dickinson in three different series, each composed of the following subjects: Life, Love, Nature, Time and Eternity.

Source: Dickenson, E. (1896). The Poems of Emily Dickinson: Series One.Boston, MA: Roberts Brothers.

Life, Poem 1: Success
Success is counted sweetest
Life, Poem 2
Our share of night to bear
Life, Poem 3: Rouge et Noir
Soul, wilt thou toss again?
Life, Poem 4: Rouge Gagne
'T is so much joy!
Life, Poem 5
Glee! The great storm is over!
Life, Poem 6
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
Life, Poem 7: Almost
Within my reach!
Life, Poem 8
A wounded deer leaps highest,
Life, Poem 9
The heart asks pleasure firsts
Life, Poem 10: In a Library
A precious, mouldering pleasure 't is
Life, Poem 11
Much madness is divinest sense
Life, Poem 12
I asked no other thing
Life, Poem 13: Exclusion
The soul selects her own society
Life, Poem 14: The Secret
Some things that fly there be, —
Life, Poem 15: The Lonely House
I know some lonely houses off the road
Life, Poem 16
To fight aloud is very brave
Life, Poem 17: Dawn
When night is almost done
Life, Poem 18: The Book of Martyrs
Read, sweet, how others strove
Life, Poem 19: The Mystery of Pain
Pain has an element of blank
Life, Poem 20
I taste a liquor never brewed
Life, Poem 21: A Book
He ate and drank the precious words
Life, Poem 22
I had no time to hate, because
Life, Poem 23: Unreturning
'T was such a little, little boat
Life, Poem 24
Whether my bark went down at sea
Life, Poem 25
Belshazzar had a letter, —
Life, Poem 26
The brain within its groove
Love, Poem 1: Mine
Mine by the right of the white election
Love, Poem 2: Bequest
You left me, sweet, two legacies, —
Love, Poem 3
Alter? When the hills do.
Love, Poem 4: Suspense
Elysium is as far as to
Love, Poem 5: Surrender
If you were coming in the fall
Love, Poem 7: With a Flower
I hide myself within my flower
Love, Poem 8: Proof
That I did always love
Love, Poem 9
Have you got a brook in your little heart
Love, Poem 10: Transplanted
As if some little Arctic flower
Love, Poem 11: The Outlet
My river runs to thee:
Love, Poem 12: In Vain
I cannot live with you
Love, Poem 13: Renunciation
There came a day at summer's full
Love, Poem 14: Love's Baptism
I'm ceded, I've stopped being theirs;
Love, Poem 15: Resurrection
'T was a long parting, but the time
Love, Poem 16: Apocalypse
I'm wife; I've finished that
Love, Poem 17: The Wife
She rose to his requirement, dropped
Love, Poem 18: Apotheosis
Come slowly, Eden!
Nature, Poem 1
New feet within my garden go
Nature, Poem 2: May-Flower
Pink, small, and punctual
Nature, Poem 3: Why
The murmur of a bee
Nature, Poem 4
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower?
Nature, Poem 5
The pedigree of honey
Nature, Poem 6: A Service of Song
Some keep the Sabbath going to church;
Nature, Poem 7
The bee is not afraid of me
Nature, Poem 8: Summer's Armies
Some rainbow coming from the fair!
Nature, Poem 9: The Grass
The grass so little has to do, —
Nature, Poem 10
A little road not made of man
Nature, Poem 11: Summer Shower
A drop fell on the apple tree
Nature, Poem 12: Psalm of the Day
A something in a summer's day
Nature, Poem 13: The Sea of Sunset
This is the land the sunset washes
Nature, Poem 14: Purple Cover
There is a flower that bees prefer
Nature, Poem 15: The Bee
Like trains of cars on tracks of plush
Nature, Poem 16
Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawn
Nature, Poem 17
As children bid the guest good-night
Nature, Poem 18
Angels in the early morning
Nature, Poem 19
So bashful when I spied her
Nature, Poem 20: Two Worlds
It makes no difference abroad
Nature, Poem 21: The Mountain
The mountain sat upon the plain
Nature, Poem 22: A Day
I'll tell you how the sun rose, —
Nature, Poem 23
The butterfly's assumption-gown
Nature, Poem 24: The Wind
Of all the sounds despatched abroad
Nature, Poem 25: Death and Life
Apparently with no surprise
Nature, Poem 26
'T was latter when the summer went
Nature, Poem 27: Indian Summer
These are the days when birds come back
Nature, Poem 28: Autumn
The Morns are meeker than they were
Nature, Poem 29: Beclouded
The sky is low, the clouds are mean
Nature, Poem 30: Hemlock
I think the hemlock likes to stand
Nature, Poem 31
There's a certain slant of light
Time and Eternity, Poem 1
One dignity delays for all
Time and Eternity, Poem 2: Too Late
Delayed till she had ceased to know
Time and Eternity, Poem 3: Astra Castra
Departed to the judgement
Time and Eternity, Poem 4
Safe in their alabaster chambers
Time and Eternity, Poem 5
On this long storm the rainbow rose
Time and Eternity, Poem 6: From the Chrysalis
My cocoon tightens, colors tease
Time and Eternity, Poem 7: Setting Sail
Exultation is the going
Time and Eternity, Poem 8
Look back on time with kindly eyes
Time and Eternity, Poem 9
A train went through a burial gate
Time and Eternity, Poem 10
I died for beauty, but was scarce
Time and Eternity, Poem 11: Troubled About Many Things
How many times these low feet staggered
Time and Eternity, Poem 12: Real
I like a look of agony
Time and Eternity, Poem 13: The Funeral
That short, potential stir
Time and Eternity, Poem 14
I went to thank her
Time and Eternity, Poem 15
I've seen a dying eye
Time and Eternity, Poem 16: Refuge
The clouds their backs together laid
Time and Eternity, Poem 17
I never saw a moor
Time and Eternity, Poem 18: Playmates
God permits industrious angels
Time and Eternity, Poem 19
To know just how he suffered would be dear
Time and Eternity, Poem 20
The last night that she lived
Time and Eternity, Poem 21: The First Lesson
Not in this world to see his face
Time and Eternity, Poem 22
The bustle in a house
Time and Eternity, Poem 23
I reason, earth is short
Time and Eternity, Poem 24
Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?
Time and Eternity, Poem 25: Dying
The sun kept setting, setting still;
Time and Eternity, Poem 26
Two swimmers wrestled on the spar
Time and Eternity, Poem 27: The Chariot
Because I could not stop for Death
Time and Eternity, Poem 28
She went as quiet as the dew
Time and Eternity, Poem 29: Resurgam
At last to be identified!
Time and Eternity, Poem 30
Except to heaven, she is nought;
Time and Eternity, Poem 31
Death is a dialogue between
Time and Eternity, Poem 32
It was too late for man
Time and Eternity, Poem 33: Along the Potomac
When I was small, a woman died.
Time and Eternity, Poem 34
The daisy follows soft the sun
Time and Eternity, Poem 35: Emancipation
No rack can torture me
Time and Eternity, Poem 36: Lost
I lost a world the other day.
Time and Eternity, Poem 37
If I shouldn't be alive
Time and Eternity, Poem 38
Sleep is supposed to be
Time and Eternity, Poem 39
I shall know why, when time is over
Time and Eternity, Poem 40
I never lost as much but twice
  • Year Published: 1896
  • Language: English
  • Country of Origin: United States of America
  • Readability:
    • Flesch–Kincaid Level: 6.6
  • Word Count: 7,374
  • Genre: Poetry
  • Keywords: 19th century literature, american literature, depression, emily dickinson, melancholy, poems, poetry, series 1, winter
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